Agricultural Aloe Vera Nature's Solution To a Healthier Planet

Transform degraded dirt into thriving, healthy soil, by leveraging the power of nature

For Thousands of Years

…the Aloe Vera plant has been revered for its natural medicinal and herbal qualities and was even referenced in the Bible. Now, for the first time in history, this miraculous plant is being used in agriculture and horticulture as a biostimulant soil amendment.

Introducing GroAloe, a new product that harnesses the power of Aloe Vera to aid the growth of plants. GroAloe is a 100% natural agricultural product that has been awarded two patents for its unique formula. It contains all the macro and many micronutrients that plants need for maximum growth, just like how Aloe Vera provides essential nutrients for humans.

GroAloe comes in a powder or liquid form, and it’s benefits are numerous. In addition to boosting plant growth and immunity, it also improves soil health by increasing microbial activity and nutrient retention. Its anti-inflammatory properties help plants to fight off diseases and pests, while also building up their immunity to future threats. This, in turn, leads to healthier and more nutrient-dense crops, which are essential for the health and well-being of both humans and animals. Thus, cultivating a more sustainable agricultural future. 

In short, Agricultural Aloe Vera  act as a holistic solution to promote the natural return of health to the soil. By fostering microbial diversity, enriching organic matter, improving soil structure, enhancing stress tolerance in plants, and facilitating nutrient uptake, GroAloe contributes to sustainable and resilient agricultural practices.

To be clear, this is not the same aloe vera used in consumer based consumable products. GroAloe is a whole leaf patented process specifically developed for agriculture as a biostimulant soil amendment.

Agri Aloe's Journey to Uganda: Advancing Agricultural Aloe Vera for a Sustainable Future

Recently, Coats Agri Aloe  embarked on a transformative 7-day visit to Uganda, Africa, a trip that marked a significant milestone in promoting agricultural aloe vera for sustainable farming. 

Uganda’s unique position on the equator, with its rich soil and ideal climatic conditions, makes it perfect for growing aloe vera. This allows farmers to reduce their dependence on chemical fertilizers and embrace a completely organic solution.

GroAloe can boost Uganda’s agricultural productivity, contributing to the country’s GDP and creating a whole new industry, and with it many new job opportunities in the farming sector.

"The Transformative Impact of Agricultural Aloe Vera on Soil Health”

In the realm of agriculture, traditional practices such as tillage and the application of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides have, over time, rendered once-living soil microbiomes into lifeless dirt.

Long-term chemical fertilization significantly diminishes bacterial diversity and alters microbial community structure. The decrease in soil pH caused by these practices leads to detrimental consequences.

Conventional farming’s reliance on intensive practices, including inorganic fertilizers, has notably adverse effects on soil health and microbial diversity. 

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Horticultural Aloe Vera: A Multifaceted Biostimulant

INTRODUCING a ready-to-use liquid version of groaloe

Aloe Vera is rich in various bioactive compounds, including polysaccharides, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals, which contribute to its biostimulant properties. When applied to plants or incorporated into the soil, aloe vera can provide numerous benefits:


Agriculture Vs. Horticulture

Q: Why does Agri-Aloe have two categories for the same product?

Many people have a difficult time understanding the differences between agriculture and horticulture. This may occur because some agricultural strategies cross over into horticultural strategies.

Linguistically the term Agriculture comes from the combination of the Latin words agri (field) and cultura (cultivation).

Horticulture comes from the combination of the Latin words hortus (garden) and cultura. Cultivating a field vs. Cultivating a garden.

Agriculture Aloe Vera: Is for broad acre farming of crops, Agri-Aloe only sells it’s GroAloe in it’s powder form, and is sold in bulk by the kilo. Each crop vertical has different demands and specific protocols that need to be addressed. This is why we work one-on-one with each farm and client to ensure they are getting the desired results, based on their soil conditions and ecosystems.

Horticulture Aloe Vera: Is designed for gardens, house plants, trees, shrubs, turf, and greenhouse cultivators, and is available to retail consumers in Ready To Use (RTU) liquid form and in powder form, but in much smaller quantities for different types of applications, including hydroponics.

Applications in Hydroponic and Vertical Farming:

One of the most promising aspects of GroAloe is its application in hydroponic and vertical farming systems. Hydroponic cultivation offers precise control over plant nutrition, making it an ideal environment for testing the efficacy of biostimulants like GroAloe. By adding GroAloe to nutrient solutions, farmers and cultivators can enhance plant growth, improve nutrient efficiency, and boost crop yields—all while minimizing environmental impact.

Vertical farming, with its closed-loop, highly controlled growing systems, also stands to benefit from GroAloe. The plant growth-promoting benefits of beneficial microbes found in GroAloe can help reduce fertilizer use and improve yields in vertical farming systems. Additionally, GroAloe can play a role in improving food safety and mitigating biotic stresses, further enhancing the economic viability of vertical farms.

Unlocking the Science Behind Biostimulants

There was a time when biostimulants were labelled as “snake oil”. No longer. Scientific studies have shown that many crop systems respond positively to these products.

Climate change is testing farmers and cultivators all over the world. As such, agriculture is faced with a huge challenge, and it won’t get any easier. We need new tools that are sustainable, effective and affordable to complement synthetic chemistry. That’s where biostimulants come in.

We now have a better understanding of how biostimulants work and when they can most effectively be applied for optimal crop health.

Research shows that microbial biomass (fungi and bacteria) is the leading indicator of soil health. 

What's Your Soil Telling You?

Soil biology holds the key to unlocking the full potential of agricultural systems. By understanding the microbial communities and nutrient cycling processes within the soil, farmers can optimize plant growth and reduce the need for synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. Investing in soil biology knowledge is essential for building resilient and sustainable agricultural landscapes.

Plant extracts are amongst the several categories of bio-stimulants, including Aloe Vera leaf extract, as it contains growth-stimulating substances, is considered to be environmentally friendly, and is an organic fertilizer source that includes a variety of bioactive components.

The best way to determine soil biology is to test fresh soil. Until now there was no fast and affordable way to determine soil microbial levels

Monitor the Effectiveness of Your Soil Amendments:

Amendments are a great way to improve your soil and crop yield, however, monitoring their effectiveness can be expensive and time consuming. Use microBIOMETER® to quickly assess how your inputs are impacting your soil’s microbial biomass to determine if they are effective. An increase in microbes tells you that you have increased their food, therefore, increased the food for your plant.

Sustainability, Regenerative Farming and Organic Farming Defined:

Sustainability, regenerative farming, and organic farming are agricultural and horticultural approaches that share the common goal of environmentally conscious and ethical practices, but they differ in their specific principles and methodologies.

Many farmers and ranchers recognize that regenerative agriculture may be the only long-term solution to these problems. Regenerative agriculture is a management philosophy that seeks to improve soil health.

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Beyond the Horizon

AgTech Meets Agriculture:

AgTech and AI represent a bold leap forward in redefining the agriculture landscape. Integrating these technologies into our existing solutions will allow us to lead the charge in innovative agriculture while staying competitive. Agri Aloe is dedicated to helping shape the future of agriculture through the use of technology coupled with the resources mother nature has already provided.

By adopting conservation practices, farmers and home gardeners alike can build rich, fertile soils that will grow robust crops and plants while protecting water sources, storing carbon, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and creating fields and gardens that are more resilient to extreme weather events. It’s a win-win for all growers and for nature.

It all starts with a conversation:

Whether you’re an industrial farmer seeking sustainable agricultural solutions or a home gardener with a passion for organic practices, Agri Aloe is here to support your journey.

Contact us today to learn more about our products, order your supply, and join the growing community-conscious growers who prioritize sustainability and the health
of our planet.

Agri-Aloe is on a global mission to help heal the earth by creating better soil, healthier chemical free crops, and vibrant landscapes.

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